The Mongol Invasion

Posted by on Saturday, April 27, 2013 Under: Art



Title
:  Mongols Invasion

Date:  1847

Artist:  Kikuchi Yoosai

Infomation:   This Ink and water colours on paper depicts the destruction of the Mongol fleet in a typhoon that prevented them conquering Japan. This happened not once but twice, prompting the Japanese to believe it to be a Devine Wind or kamikaze.

In : Art 


Tags: mongols  japan  samurai  "samurai artwork"  "kikuchi yoosai"  "devine wind"   

 

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